Men’s Health Build your own Triathlon

Are you getting bored with your workouts? Many people get bored with their workouts and end up falling off the wagon. The secret to fat loss success is keeping your workouts fresh and new. Of course there should be some routine to your workout as you want to have measurable results and strength gains. As personal trainers we create our workout routines for clients with the right amount of structure and variety, the spice of life!  Mix up your cardio sessions or add some new movements to your next training routine. It will keep you on your fat loss track.
Check out this article from Men’s Health called “Build Your Own Triathlon“. It offers some great ideas for making your workouts fun and inspiring. Good Luck!

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About Rich Thurman III B.Sc, MA, CSCS, NSCA-CPT
Rich has a Bachelors of Science in Physiological Science from UCLA and a Masters of Sports Management from USF. He is certified by the National Strength & Conditioning Association, (NSCA) as a Personal Trainer (CPT) and Strength & Conditioning Specialist (CSCS). He is primary author of The Fitness Library and writes for various other publications, including the San Francisco Police Officer's Association. Rich is the founder of Xodus Fitness, which offers Fitness Consulting & Personal Training, Urban Body Transformation Bootcamps, Corporate Wellness. Rich also conducts Workshops and an annual lecture at the San Francisco State University Kinesiology Department. Please feel free to contact through any of the links below to inquire about professional services or opportunities.

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